Lourdes Leon stuns in Vanity Fair, talking to Madonna’s mom, “her first boyfriend,” Timothy Chalamet.
The 24-year-old model opens her doors with a rare Q&A.
Madonna, daughter of model Lourdes Leon, only gave a rare insight into her private life in general Vanity Fair.
The 24-year-old looks stunning in a flash photo by Adrian Raki showing off her butterfly tattoos and a little leather while wearing Saint Laurent shorts, socks, and shoes and glowing in high-end Chopard jewelry. Inside the post, Lourdes – or “Lola to friends” – also did a brief Q&A, in which she revealed a bit of her interesting upbringing, love for reality TV, and her relationship with Timothée Chalamet.
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Lola, Madonna, and personal trainer Carlos Leon said that she was thrown into the dance world before the modeling days. “My mom worked hard for it once she saw the potential,” she said, adding that she started dance lessons when she was only three years old. After attending Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music and Performing Arts along with Chalamet – “I respect him so much, we were a bit element. My first friend, “she says about the actor – she enrolled at the University of Michigan, but moved to SUNY Purchase after seeing her first MAGA hat on campus.
Once she arrived, she began “10 hours of studio days,” telling the publication, “You think your body is incapable of doing something until you just have to do it.”
She hasn’t said much about her famous mom, other than thinking about some of the brutal Christmas gifts the Queen of Pop has seen over the years. Lord said, “She is expecting something cute she will use and get a horse leather condom and a c – k and balls.” “She doesn’t even smoke weed.”
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Leon also opened up about a “passionate” trip she took to her father’s hometown in Cuba in 2016. She said of the trip: “I look like my grandmother, and my family members were all afraid, holding my face.” Adding, “This diaspora drive is pushing you back,” and she cannot wait to return.
She also expressed her love for the ‘Housewives’ offers on Bravo – “I don’t think it’s horrible for women to have this show. Even when they shout, I like it, and it calms my mind ”- she said she looked forward to getting a driver’s license and made it clear that“ prayer is perfect for me.” She added that she loves “religion and the religious.”
The questions and answers ended with her outlook on the future of this country, especially about those in her twenties, like her. “After the last presidency, I don’t think I have a single girlfriend who doesn’t feel depressed or anxious,” she told VF. “We feel together now, and there is a sense of solidarity and responsibility for anyone who does not feel safe walking on the street.”